It was the Sunday after Thanksgiving. My mom had left. My friends were out of town or on their way home. Elliot was at work. The work week was creeping up on me but I was still in holiday mood. And of course, still full from all the leftovers I had eaten. I was feeling … More What To Do When You’re Feeling Stuck
Hi friends, I want to share something I’ve been experimenting with for over seven months now, but I wanted to be sure it was something I’m interested in before I wrote a post about it. Because, well, it’s a pretty big change.
Hello dear friends! I am long overdue in sharing a buddha bowl recipe. (This is just one example out of many I plan to share over the next few months. Get my free buddha bowl guide here!) As it gets warmer outside, I crave fresh ingredients: fresh herbs, cucumber, tomato, celery, and lots of fruit. So today I thought … More The Mediterranean Buddha Bowl
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a teacher. I grew up with a lot of younger kids around and I loved being their leader and showing them new things. Then one day in sixth grade, one of my teachers approached me and asked if I’d be interested in tutoring … More Why I Don’t Have A Teaching Blog
Hello friends, Recently I’ve been really making an effort to better myself. I started off the year by doing Adriene’s 30 days of yoga challenge and it was life changing. I mean it. I’m not one to stick to things like this. I get really excited about something and try it for a while, but it never holds. So, … More 5 Things That Make Me Feel Amazing
Hello dear friends, I am so excited to share something I’ve been working on for a while. But first, let me explain. I used to think that a meal consisted of a starch, some piece of meat, and a side of veggies. You know, the typical American meal. You can picture it right? Not that … More The Buddha Bowl
Hello friends! Today I’m sharing my second kitchen skill to help you be a boss in the kitchen. To check out my last skill and recipe, click >> here. This week I’m sharing a skill that has been really helpful over the years! Whether you want to make a creamy sauce, a thick soup, or even … More The Basics: Making a Roux